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Poster: Dudley Dead Date: Dec 2, 2011 6:34pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: When he paints his masterpiece

Michael Grey makes a point, that even without his seminal 60's work, he would still be a great artist . And if you pick and chose from just the 80's, ( Every Grain, Joker man, etc. ) he would still be great artist .
I'm on and off with Joan, some stuff I really like, , but I still laughed at the "cheese grater" comment . And talk about pandering , listen to her song "Children of the 80's" that she performed with the Dead !

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Poster: jerlouvis Date: Dec 2, 2011 8:53pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: When he paints his masterpiece

That is a very interesting concept,isolating just his 80's work and he is still a great artist and I would have to agree.I went through his 80's catalog and found 14 great songs.
In the Garden
Every Grain of Sand
In the Summertime
License to Kill
Man of Peace
I and I
I'll Remember You
Dark Eyes
Emotionally Yours
Brownsville Girl
Everything is Broken
Man in the Long Black Coat
Shooting Star

I was a little harsh on Joan,it's not that I don't think she is talented,but her voice truly irritates me.It has been a pleasure chatting about Mr. Dylan with you DD.